A Bill Bensley design masterpiece, and a member of Design Hotels™, The Slate, is the island’s only avant-garde expression of a true Phuket heritage. A strikingly original manifestation of the island’s core; the architecture is inspired by the island’s tin mining past which is complemented by bold contemporary design details. Where family legacy meets raw design, industrial beauty interrupts, and art converges with nature.
The ‘all villa, all suite’ property offers 177 accommodation choices with an additional seven private pool villas – decadently furnished with gorgeous blackened stainless steel and rich wood, The Slate’s pool villas offer a blissful escape that exudes majestic elegance and modern artistry.
Eight restaurants and bars have a range of offerings from unique Thai delicacies with specialties from Phuket at our signature restaurant, Black Ginger. Flavours from the region presenting plenty of fresh seafood, tender grilled cuts, exotic cocktails, and New World wines. The Slate offers scrumptious but healthy wholesome cuisine – all in a unique setting of visionary excellence and enchanting surroundings.
Facilities include three swimming pools – one family pool and two adults-only infinity pools, Shore Thing Beach Club, Shades Art Gallery, Fitness Studio, Tennis Courts, ‘TIN BOX’ kids club, on-site Dive Centre, Award-Winning Coqoon Spa, inspiring conference facilities, cooking school: Moo’s kitchen, Heliconia Floral Gallery and Wine Cellar.
The Slate remains firmly rooted in Phuket, paying tribute to local history, its rich culture, and traditions with bold design and fearless imagination. A captivating vision of the island’s true soul.
Shades Gallery: ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAMME where we celebrate innovative art collaborations among talented artists.
Morning Blessings: At the break of sunrise, visit Nai Yang Temple and do as the locals do – offer food to Buddhist monks and receive the warmest blessings
Tour the temples in town: Explore the dazzling island’s serene temples: Wat: Prathong, Tha Rhua (Chinese shrine), Wat Chalong, Big Buddha
Wander through the weekend market: Mingle with the local residents at Naka Weekend Market, Phuket’s largest marketplace – famous for its variety of local produce, traditional foodstuffs, and interesting souvenirs.